How does it work?
This criterion lets you match based on the URL directory path. The path must start with a
You can select the following logical conditions:
|Value||The Rule is True When...|
|matches one of||the incoming request includes any of the specified paths.|
|does not match one of||the incoming request doesn't include any of the specified paths.|
In the text field, enter the URL path starting with a
/. The path is relative to the server root, for example
/blog. The match excludes leading hostname and trailing query parameters if present in the request.
The Path match supports the following wildcards:
|*||matches zero or more characters||The rule includes a match where the path value is /*/my_path/ *. Some possible valid results for this wildcard is /blog/my_path/2014 .|
|?||matches a single character||The rule includes a match where the hostname value is /blog/my_path/201? . Some possible valid results are: /blog/my_path/2016 or /blog/my_path/2017 .|
Case-sensitive: If you select this option, the file name in the incoming request has to match the case of the entry.
Normalize path: Select this option to automatically modify the string that identifies a path or file so that it conforms to a valid path on the target operating system.
Updated over 1 year ago